Helpful Tutorials for create Post/Page

If you would still like to make some additional changes to your Post/Page in WordPress website, here are some instructions for your perfect Post/page as your liking.

How to change text size and font size in Post

If you want to change you text size and font size in your Post or Page. Here is how to do it:
In your WordPress dashboard go to the “Posts” section and click on “Add New” or click on the post you want to edit.
Once you are on the post editor screen click the “Toolbar Toggle” button just about your post . This will bring up some extra features and useful options in the toolbar above your post.

text1-toollbarToolbar Toggle and Visual tab screen

We change the font characteristics in the article by performing on the “Text” tab interface and geting into the HTML code of the post, “Visual” tab interface will display the changes have succeeded.
For convenience of operation we should draft in word file, then paste it and insert code at both ends Text.

Text size

You can move your mouse to the paragraph you want to change size and then click the “Paragraph” drop-down box, Once you choose a text size (by setting Heading 1/2/3/4/5 or 6) you will notice that it will change all of the text in this paragraph.

text2- heading
For changing text size in a paragraph, take a look at the screenshots below to see how to do this:

text2 - text tab1“Text” tab screen

Now that you are in “Text” view you will not only see the text of your post, but also the codes that control things like text size.
By default, your font size now is fixed 100% with code (was hidden):

These codes mark where you content starts and stops. In order to change this size, and only change the size of the text we want, we need to move those codes to the appropriate place.
For example, I will change the first text in the second row to a bigger size, I will insert above code at both ends text.

text2 - text tab2Change font size text2 - text tab3Visual result

Text font

Changing your text font follows a process similar to the one we used to change the text size. This one is a little more complicated though.

For example, we change the second paragraph to Comic Sans MS font, I will insert above code at both ends paragraph.

text2 - font size1

Go to “Visual” tab to see the result:
text2 - font size2Visual result

Add text at above/below

To add text at above, we follows a similar process and just change the code:
– Adding text at above:

For example, you can get the result like this one: SharePress Website
– Adding text at below: <sub> your-content-here </sub>
And here is your result: SharePress Website

Change Your Permalink Structure

When you create a page, WordPress makes the URL reflect the page title. For example, a page titled “Contact” would get a URL such as : is what you want.
However, by default WordPress doesn’t do this for your posts. Instead, it creates these ugly numeric URLs like URLs don’t mean anything – it’s much better to make your blog post title be the URL.

To do this, you need to change your permalink structure. This is pretty straightforward:

– Go to Settings and click Permalinks.
– Choose the option for Post Name. (This may be the default setting with QuickInstall installations, but it’s good to check.)
– Save your changes.

permalink structure

Choose the Post Name permalink setting.

Now your post URLs will be not much more memorable, but also support to build an SEO-friendly site structure for your website.

Set Your Timezone

This isn’t a crucial thing to do, and you may think it’s unnecessary for taking care of those little details, anyway, I think it’s good to have your publishing time be accurate.
Go to Settings -> General.
In the Timezone field, choose your timezone. Don’t know it? Here’s a handy map.


While you’re here, you can also go to the bottom and change week’s starting day if you want.
Save your changes.
I very hope this tutorial helped you to create perfect Post/page as your liking. See you again in next step!!

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